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Commitment HITS To Continouesly The Scholarship Program

published on : 2011, March 14


Jakarta,- PT Humpuss Intermoda Transportasi Tbk., realised that education was very important to promote the better life of the Indonesian people. Therefore, since 2006 HITS gave the scholarship to son and daughter of the employee who was high-achieving from the level of the primary school, junior and senior high school.

The scholarship was given each Semester through the selection and must fulfillment the criteria. Besides got the educational cost, the recipients also accepted the package of the reading material book that was suitable with the level of their respective education of the recipients.

M. Yayak Iskandar, Corporate Secretary HITS said, this scholarship program was the commitment of HITS management to promote education. "At this time, HITS scholarship program indeed only focused for internal company, but did not close the possibility of, at one time this program developing to external company," he said.

For this time, the scholarship was followed by the employee's 29 children, consisted of 21 persons of the primary school, 5 persons of the junior high school and 3 persons of senior high school. The criteria for selection are his/her parents was the employee of the staff and non-staff the land and sea that had the good conduit, the minimal value 7,5 for all the level, for his parents who were the employee of sea was obliged minimal 2 years or 3 times gathered by the ship in the Group HIT, and especially his parents who became the employee of sea were ABK, except for the ship of Tug & Barges was current for ABK as far as the Officer.

Further, these prospective scholarship recipients sent documents that were required like the report that was validation, photocopy of the family's card and the matter the other thing. "From the form that entered approximately 29 participants, was selected by 22 children was based on the criterion that was required," said Yayak. I hope the number of participants will be more on the upcoming semester. (PR)

Commitment HITS To Continouesly The Scholarship Program

published on : 2011, March 14


Jakarta,- PT Humpuss Intermoda Transportasi Tbk., realised that education was very important to promote the better life of the Indonesian people. Therefore, since 2006 HITS gave the scholarship to son and daughter of the employee who was high-achieving from the level of the primary school, junior and senior high school.

The scholarship was given each Semester through the selection and must fulfillment the criteria. Besides got the educational cost, the recipients also accepted the package of the reading material book that was suitable with the level of their respective education of the recipients.

M. Yayak Iskandar, Corporate Secretary HITS said, this scholarship program was the commitment of HITS management to promote education. "At this time, HITS scholarship program indeed only focused for internal company, but did not close the possibility of, at one time this program developing to external company," he said.

For this time, the scholarship was followed by the employee's 29 children, consisted of 21 persons of the primary school, 5 persons of the junior high school and 3 persons of senior high school. The criteria for selection are his/her parents was the employee of the staff and non-staff the land and sea that had the good conduit, the minimal value 7,5 for all the level, for his parents who were the employee of sea was obliged minimal 2 years or 3 times gathered by the ship in the Group HIT, and especially his parents who became the employee of sea were ABK, except for the ship of Tug & Barges was current for ABK as far as the Officer.

Further, these prospective scholarship recipients sent documents that were required like the report that was validation, photocopy of the family's card and the matter the other thing. "From the form that entered approximately 29 participants, was selected by 22 children was based on the criterion that was required," said Yayak. I hope the number of participants will be more on the upcoming semester. (PR)